R Lymphatic Duct - drains R upper limb, R side of the head & thorax. The larger Thoracic Duct, runs superiorly, receives from the L side of the Thorax, L Upper Limb & L side of the Head. Arises anterior to the 1st 2 lumbar vertebrae as an enlarged sac, the Cisterna Chyli, collects lymph from 2 Lumbar Trunks that drain Lower Limbs & Intestinal Trunk that drains Digestive Organs. Ducts empty Nto venous circulation @ the jnction of the internal jugular & subclavian vein on its own s
In vertebrates, thoracic vertebrae compose the middle segment of the vertebral column, between the cervical vertebrae and the lumbar vertebrae. Description from ocash.co. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Origin Spinous processes of T9-T12 thoracic vertebræ, medial slope of the dorsal segment of illiac crest Insertion spinous processes of T1 and T2 thoracic vertebrae and the cervical vertebrae Artery lateral sacral artery Nerve posterior branch of spinal nerve Actions extends the vertebral column Antagonist rectus abdominis muscle
L5, L4, L3: the herniated discs my husband has. The second one is bulging against his spinal cord causing nerve damage in his right foot. He deals with this pain every day and is growing a resistance to his pain meds to where if he doesn't at least take one he gets hot flashes, cold sweats, nausea, loss of appetite and increased irritability.
Effective Technique for Adjusting Your Spine In Just 2 minutes (VIDEO) The spine, also known as cerebral column, consists of vertebrae stacked one upon another. It can be divided into four regions – cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral. The servical spine consists of 7 vertebrae and is responsible for supporting the weight of the head. It has the greatest range of motion due to two special vertebrae that move with the skull. Cervical vertebrae are the smallest. The first is called the…
L: Skeleton FAO90 2116 from the Museum of London collection, showing S-shaped deformation of rib and facet of fifth thoracic vertebra. R: Thoracic vertebrae of same skeleton, showing deviation of spinous processes of vertebrae due to corseting. (Images taken by R. Gibson and used courtesy of the Museum of London.)